• Jadhav case: Pakistan to appoint ad hoc judge in ICJ panel
Jadhav case: Pakistan to appoint ad hoc judge in ICJ panel

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) official spokesperson Gopal Baglay confirmed that ICJ President Judge Ronny Abraham had met the representatives of both India and Pakistan on June 8 to discuss the timeline of the case. "Timelines were discussed and as a result of these discussions, we submitted to the court for an early and expeditious procee...

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  • Congressman Scalise Still in Serious Condition, but Showing Improvement: Hospital
Congressman Scalise Still in Serious Condition, but Showing Improvement: Hospital

That's according to a statement from Medstar Washington Hospital Center. A playground near the baseball field is cordoned off with police tape as the investigation continue at the scene in Alexandria, Va., Thursday, June 15, 2017, the day after House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of La.

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  • Putin: early to speak about retaliation against new US sanctions: agency
Putin: early to speak about retaliation against new US sanctions: agency

In other words, the Trump administration may (again) be betting that loyalty to the president - or more likely, fear of his political base - will be more important to House Republicans than the omnipresent suspicions over, and investigation into, possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, as well as the president's seeming a...

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  • Afghan soldier wounds 7 US soldiers in insider attack
Afghan soldier wounds 7 US soldiers in insider attack

At the same time, the USA military command in Kabul confirmed the information and said that it happened at camp Shaheen in Mazar-I-Sharif, where is the 209 corps of the army. About sixty soldiers were killed on their bases, mostly at night, in the southern province of Kandahar alone during the same week at the end of May. The attack Saturday at C...

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  • Trump tweet appears to say he's being investigated by Justice
Trump tweet appears to say he's being investigated by Justice

Mr Mueller was appointed as special counsel to investigate Moscow's involvement in the presidential election past year and possible collusion by Trump campaign associates with the Russians, but there has been no indication that Mr Mueller told the president to fire Mr Comey.

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  • France begins voting in second round of parliamentary election
France begins voting in second round of parliamentary election

But Chirac faced a united Socialist party holding most of the rest of the legislature, whereas Macron's opposition looks set to be split among several parties all facing internal problems after a bruising presidential campaign. Polls say the party can expect 11-21 deputies in the incoming parliament. "Instead of limiting the damage after the failur...

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  • Melania Trump, son Barron move into White House months after inauguration
Melania Trump, son Barron move into White House months after inauguration

Republicans have pressed Trump to say whether he has tapes of private conversations with Comey and provide them to Congress if he does - or possibly face a subpoena. US President Donald Trump has disputed former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey's statement about their dialogue concerning the probe of former national security...

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  • Russian Federation says Trump is using 'Cold War rhetoric' on Cuba
Russian Federation says Trump is using 'Cold War rhetoric' on Cuba

A pro President Donald Trump supporter chants slogans, Friday, June 1, 2017, in Miami . Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kansas) says President Donald Trump's new Cuba policy closes off a potentially lucrative market for American farmers. Under the revised travel policy, US officials say there will be tighter enforcement to make sure Americans legally ...

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  • Trump confirms he is being investigated over firing of FBI director
Trump confirms he is being investigated over firing of FBI director

The tweet also comes the same week Mueller's probe was reported to have expanded to Trump son-in-law and top aide Jared Kushner , and Attorney General Jeff Sessions had to refute allegations made against him to a congressional committee in a high-stakes televised hearing.

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  • Warship Collision: 7 missing US Navy sailors found dead
Warship Collision: 7 missing US Navy sailors found dead

The bodies of a number of missing USS Fitzgerald sailors have been found in the ship's flooded compartments, the US Navy says. The bodies were recovered from inside the damaged destroyer and were being transferred to Naval Hospital Yokosuka to be identified, the Navy said last night.

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  • Senate overwhelmingly passes measure for tougher Russian Federation sanctions
Senate overwhelmingly passes measure for tougher Russian Federation sanctions

The measure also included language toughening sanctions against Russian Federation in the wake of their accused efforts to influence the outcome of the 2016 election, converting some of the penalties put in place by former President Barack Obama's administration into law, and forbidding Trump from weakening existing Russian Federation sanctions w...

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  • Trump insists there's no proof he colluded with Russia
Trump insists there's no proof he colluded with Russia

Before his dismissal, Comey confirmed the Federal Bureau of Investigation had been investigating alleged Russian government efforts to interfere in the election, including any links between Trump's campaign and Moscow. The order by the general counsel for his transition team casts a wide net on documents that could shed light on ties between T...

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  • Congressman Scalise Remains In Critical Condition, Shows Signs Of Improvement
Congressman Scalise Remains In Critical Condition, Shows Signs Of Improvement

Hodgkinson had been living out of a white cargo van in area near the ballpark since March and was not working, officials said Wednesday . Bailey received a hero's welcome from a record crowd of almost 25,000 at Thursday's game when he threw out the first pitch, and Barth also showed up for the game, walking with crutches.

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  • GOP Sen. Roy Blunt: 'President should stop talking about' Russian Federation investigation
GOP Sen. Roy Blunt: 'President should stop talking about' Russian Federation investigation

Yet Trump's angry tweets on Friday underscored the near-impossible challenge his advisers and legal team have in trying to get him to avoid weighing in on an active probe. "That's undemocratic on its face and a blatant violation of the President's oath of office". Then, on Friday morning, Trump appeared to take a shot at Rosenstein in serie...

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  • Saudi-Turkish ties strained over differing views on Qatar
Saudi-Turkish ties strained over differing views on Qatar

Qatar has also denied those charges. Relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia worsened after a deadly human crush occurred during Hajj rituals in Mina, near Mecca in September 2015. There are other countries involved... Find us on Facebook too! Turkey's chief diplomat was in Doha on Wednesday where he called for dialogue after meeting Qatar'...

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  • Trump takes to Twitter, declares Russian Federation investigation a 'witch hunt'
Trump takes to Twitter, declares Russian Federation investigation a 'witch hunt'

The development comes a day after the daily reported that Mueller had extended his probe into determining whether the President tried to obstruct justice by suggesting to top intelligence and law enforcement officials that they end the Russian Federation investigation.

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  • Myanmar military plane carrying 120 goes missing
Myanmar military plane carrying 120 goes missing

Among them were 15 children, 58 adults and 35 soldiers and officers, according to a military statement. Gen. Aung Ye Win, the chief of military information, said no traces of the plane or its passengers had been spotted, the Timesreports.

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  • Root rues 'golden chance' that got away
Root rues 'golden chance' that got away

Getting England out for 211 is never easy because they have a wonderful balance to their side and we knew if we didn't take wickets they would score heavily. Bayliss backed his team to brush off their disappointment over the next few days and focus on the second half of the season. Then, in August, West Indies arrive for a multi-format tour.

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  • Portugal forest fire kills at least 19 -government
Portugal forest fire kills at least 19 -government

Three people were killed and over 1,000 evacuated in the Portuguese island of Madeira due to the fierce wildfires a year ago. Interior Ministry official Jorge Gomes has told state broadcaster RTP that the number of victims from the flames and suffocating smoke has reached 60, while another two people perished in a traffic accident related to the ...

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  • Republican baseball practice gunman `had list of names´
Republican baseball practice gunman `had list of names´

WASHINGTON (CNN ) - A list of names - including some Republican members of Congress - was found with the Alexandria shooter, according to a law enforcement source and Rep. Hodgkinson , in the parking lot and asked if those on the field were Democrat or Republican. Duncan said he told him it was Republicans. Duncan said he answered that the player...

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